Friday, November 18, 2005

Todays top tip!



The next time you face a lob over a bunker, imagine trying to land the ball softly on the green using a 7-iron. Open the clubface considerably (before taking your grip) and lower the handle -- meaning the butt end of the grip toward your knees -- in order to slide the clubhead underneath the ball and create the necessary loft. The higher you want the shot to fly, the lower you should set the club's handle at address, with your hands slightly behind the ball. This will force you to stand farther from the ball and widen your stance, adjustments that will help you lob the ball high and soft every time.

by Mike Lopuszynski - Jim McLean Golf Schools

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